Qaqortoq

Hike around Storesøen

Guided hike included packed lunch around the big lake "Storesøen" located right outside the town. Enjoy the beautiful Greenlandic nature on this 12 km hike. Coffee and tea will be served en route, while enjoying the view of the nature and the outskirts of town.

Price: $ 120.00
4-5h

Hvalsey Church Ruin

Beautiful guided tour into the Hvalsey Fjord around the Arpatsivik Island to Hvalsey, where we visit the old Norse ruins as well as the church ruin which is the best preserved from the Norse period. A wedding in the church in 1408 is the last written evidence that we have from the Norse settlement in Greenland. Light refreshments included.

Price: $ 120.00
3h

Hot springs of Uunartoq

Visit to the hot springs in Uunartoq on an amazing boat trip through Arctic waters, before arriving to the hot springs. 1,5 hours stop gives you time to enjoy the hot pools and the contrast of icebergs floating by in the fjord. This tour is guided and includes lunch.

Price: $ 310.00
4-5h

Boat excursion to the Inland Ice Cap

By boat to the Inland Ice Cap and the Twin Glaciers. If weather permits we may go ashore very close to glaciers. From here we get the chance to see the Ice Cap from below, and feel the massive power of nature. This tour is guided and includes lunch.

Price: $ 310.00
5h

Coffee Mik

Come join a local family for a cup of coffee. The Greenlanders are famous for welcoming visitors into their homes, inviting everyone over for a cup of coffee and a piece of cake. The latest gossip is shared and it will also be possible to see the national costume and learn about life so isolated from the rest of the world.

Price: $ 45.00
1h
testimonials
Touring inside Trakai Castle should be included instead of just a stop. The Lithuanian and Latvian dinners should include entertainment for the cost as was done in both Prague and Budapest on another tour. We enjoyed a native meal along with singing and dancing and thst is money well spent. I would not recommend the dinner excursion in Estonia because they would not substitute a meal. I don't eat fish and my tour guide gave them a day's notice, but they wouldn't change my meal. Lastly, if possible, please provide the guide and tourists with headsets so we can hear everything. Even with these suggestions, I enjoyed the Baltics very much. Thank you!
Kristi Figueroa